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Inspections by appointment only, between advertised times. No entry permitted without prior appointment.

This Art Deco period semi-detached home is just waiting for the new owners with imagination and vision to renovate and extend the interior and landscape the garden. Presenting in original condition it requires a front-to-back renovation with scope and room in the rear garden to extend out and possibly up (STCA). The opportunity is further enhanced by its ultra-convenient location in a tree-lined street, moments from Burke Road or the Harp shops, restaurants and cafes plus Stradbroke, Myrtle and Macleay parks and the Outer Circle bike and walking tracks, with close proximity of an array of schools plus transport options along Burke or Belmore Roads and quick access to the Eastern Freeway and the CBD - all underpinning its investment potential. Currently the accommodation provides an entrance hall leading to a north-facing sitting room and main bedroom, separate dining room, second bedroom, period-style bathroom and kitchen, sunroom and adjacent laundry and rear WC. Other features include period attributes, gasFP (sitting room), former garage/storage and off-street parking. Land size: 352 sqm approx.
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    Inspections by appointment only, between advertised times. No entry permitted without prior appointment.

    This Art Deco period semi-detached home is just waiting for the new owners with imagination and vision to renovate and extend the interior and landscape the garden. Presenting in original condition it requires a front-to-back renovation with scope and room in the rear garden to extend out and possibly up (STCA). The opportunity is further enhanced by its ultra-convenient location in a tree-lined street, moments from Burke Road or the Harp shops, restaurants and cafes plus Stradbroke, Myrtle and Macleay parks and the Outer Circle bike and walking tracks, with close proximity of an array of schools plus transport options along Burke or Belmore Roads and quick access to the Eastern Freeway and the CBD - all underpinning its investment potential. Currently the accommodation provides an entrance hall leading to a north-facing sitting room and main bedroom, separate dining room, second bedroom, period-style bathroom and kitchen, sunroom and adjacent laundry and rear WC. Other features include period attributes, gasFP (sitting room), former garage/storage and off-street parking. Land size: 352 sqm approx. Due Diligence Checklist
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    Balwyn
    Median residential price
    2 bedroom
    $785,000
    3 bedroom
    $1,710,000
    4 bedroom
    $2,650,000
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    3 bedroom
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    4 bedroom
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